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Team ALSEN lose 3 players

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We’re unfortunate to hear that Team ALSEN will be losing 3 of their players due to wanting to go their seperate ways – news that’s happened just after their partcipation at Starladder’s Female stars online qualifiers where they were knocked to the loser bracket by Team HEAVEN, then managed to win a 2-0 against outsiders, but sadly knocked out of ... Read More »

Reason Gaming pick up female team

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Reason Gaming have picked up a new female team, but it’s a team of girls we are familar with, playing under Team-Censored. They are participating ESL Open Summer 2016 – which they’ve made it to the grand finals, qualified for the tournament on, and has made it to the semi-finals of the CS:GO female stars championships. The team ... Read More »

Team Property female team is revealed


Team Property have announced a new female roster that will be representing the organisation. They parted ways (March 2016) with their previous female team (Szanto, Mouse, Steelya, Nuci and Foxglove) as they were unable to reach a new agreement for 2016. You may recognise the players from their ‘Potadies’ team tag in Skylla’s tournament qualifier, as they qualified for the ... Read More »

CLG roster changes

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Yesterday, there was a announcement of Catherine “CAth” Leroux-Racette leaving the CLG Red roster, and the team is looking for a 5th worldwide to be able to join them in their LA gaming house in California. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any female that is able to move to LA and be able to play Counterstrike ... Read More »

SaAku joins Melty eSports Club

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Recent addition to eSport Engine female, Valerie “SaAku” Quach, has parted ways with the team. Melty eSports Club has revealed that she will now be playing with an all-french female line-up under the organization. No additional information has been provided about SaAku’s departure from eSport Engine, however, it seems like it was on a mutual basis according to her public ... Read More »

Female Gaming – A Wonderful Work in Progress

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It’s been over 5 years since I provided commentary for my first female-only competition in Counter-Strike: Source. At the time, the player pool was severely limited, allowing one saavy organisation to build a team of the strongest players available That team proceeded to whitewash all comers, finishing the league undefeated. When we tried to cover two other teams, we witnessed ... Read More »

Sonia Inactive; Vilga in for Bad Monkey Gaming


Recent news from Bad Monkey Gaming has revealed that they have decided to team up with Russian star player, Ksenia “vilga” Klyuenkova. “vilga” was seen last during ESWC 2013 women’s championships in Paris, France, where she played with the Russian female team, ACES Ladies. The Swedish powerhouse decided to pick up “vilga” as a replacement for veteran BMG player, Sonia ... Read More »

LDLC players divided

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The French organization LDLC has gone through changes during the year since they’ve lost two members after Copenhagen Games; vilga and michaela. Finally they’ve managed to complete the team before ESWC and get ready for the French Qualifier. They had a bootcamp in Paris that they seemed to enjoy when they have shared several pictures on facebook. That’s the team ... Read More »

Changes between eSport Engine and Team LDLC


In recent news, it seems that player “mimimicheater” has left Team-LDLC and joined up with “juliebabz” and co in eSport Engine. Former player, “vilga” has also left Team-LDLC and will now be playing with ACES Ladies, the Russian candidate for this year’s ESWC Female CSGO Grand Finals in Paris, France. Team-LDLC has found the replacements for the two former members ... Read More »

News in the German CS:GO scene


After we wrote about the new lineup of Team ALTERNATE, two more German teams have some news for us. First of all we are glad to see that former Playing Ducks have found a new house. QueeN, Studix3, tinach, Faith and kllyVe are now part of the organisation PENTA Sports that will support them from now on and which we ... Read More »

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